Slovenské elektrárne 

is the largest electricity producer in Slovakia, operating two nuclear, two thermal, 31 hydroelectric and two photovoltaic power plants, generating over 70% of the country’s total electricity production. With installed capacity of 4,311 MWe, it is one of the largest electricity producers in Central and Eastern Europe. Its unique portfolio enables it to supply up to 92.5% of electricity without greenhouse gases, avoiding 15 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year. Slovenské elektrárne also generates and sells heats and provides ancillary services to the power grid.

Through its subsidiaries, the company sells electricity, gas, heat and energy services to final customers in Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland, its client portfolio includes some of the largest industrial enterprises in the region.

Slovenské elektrárne is a joint stock company, which was founded in 2002. Since July 2016, 66% of its shares are owned by the energy group Energetický a průmyslový holding (EPH) and the Italian energy company Enel. The remaining 34% of the shares are owned by the Slovak Republic.

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